I'm still experiencing the annoying landscape-to-portrait bug: when using Waze in landscape, then hitting the Android home button, then re-maximizing Waze from the active applications, Waze will only work in portrait mode, although the device being in landscape. Only closing and restarting Waze will fix this. Also I've discovered the following: in this same forced-portrait state: I cannot click on road events on the map anymore to open the popup. So, I cannot click on a traffic jam, hazard, accident or police on the map to see what it's about. I can click on other Wazers though to get their popup. This bug is very annoying, since I always use Waze in landscape (my car dock doesn't do portrait) and do switch other applications to the foreground often, which triggers this behaviour. Please address this prior to releasing. This has only been present in the 117, 125 and 126 betas and not before that, so it shouldn't be so hard to find out what change causes this and reverse it.
The other Wazers popups often float out of the screen. This is especially the case in landscape mode, they practically always float out of the screen or at least underneath the navigation bar, making them unreadable. That navigation bar is still taking to much screen space in landscape. Please move the next turn's street name to the right of the distance to that turn, instead of the distance on top and the street name below it. There's a lot of room there and it makes perfect sense to put things next to each other in stead of on top of each other in landscape mode.
The road event popup (whether triggered automatically at standstill or being clicked on in the reports menu) still overlays the map, making it impossible to see the event and surrounding situation on the map. Please move the popup to the left and the centered map location to the right of the screen. It doesn't make sense to use a vertical orientation of things in landscape, do it horizontally, that's where the unused screen space is.
I guess in general I'm saying, give us landscape users a little bit more love please
Many things are great in portrait, but need a little attention or adaptation on landscape.
The client seems a little bit more stable in the background. However reading an e-mail, opening Facebook and making a phone call was enough to make the Android kernel kill it with its current OOM value. Logs sent at 10:33 GMT+1.
Start menu is bigger in both portrait and landscape, which is great. Except, in portrait sometimes it just isn't. Sometimes it reverts back to it's old smaller size, as shown in this picture. I don't know what triggers this.
The speed cam popup still is lost sometimes. Then only a spoken warning for the speed cam (or red light cam) is issued. No popup. Restarting the app will fix this, but it happens often.
I've tested the pickup feature in the previous 125 version. It worked great, as expected.
HTC One X, stock Android 4.0.4